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Printable Lesson Materials 13218 NE 20th Street Bellevue, WA 98005 425-747-7272 800-221-9347 www.rockwellinstitute.com Print these materials as a study guide This portion of your printable materials consists of dozens of frames that summarize the content in this lesson. The frames are arranged on the page to make it easy for you to study the material and add your own notes from your textbook or the online course. Graphic Summaries Many students learn best from sets of questions, and this multiple choice quiz allows you to focus your review of the material to important topics. Quizzes These printable materials allow you to study away from your computer, which many students find beneficial. These materials consist of two parts: graphic summaries of the content and a multiple choice quiz . © 2009 Rockwell Institute
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1 California Real Estate Law © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Lesson 15: Rights and Duties of Landowners © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Introduction This lesson will discuss: l protecting rights of possession and use l adverse possession l easements l disputes between neighbors © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Protecting Rights of Possession/Use Two rights fundamental to real property ownership: l right to use and enjoyment l right to exclusive possession
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2 © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Protecting Rights of Possession/Use Basic rules to protect landowner’s possession of property against intrusion and interference include: l trespass l nuisances l encroachments © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Protecting Rights of Possession/Use Trespass : unlawful entry onto another’s land, without permission or legal authority l violates landowner’s right to exclusive possession l considered a tort (injury to person or property) l can also be criminal act (certain circumstances) Trespass © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Trespass Trespass may be: l intrusion by people (example: climbing over fence) l intrusion by object or substance (example: part of vehicle on neighbor’s property) Types of trespass
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3 © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Trespass Trespass may be: l one-time event l continuing Continuing trespass : when person fails to remove himself or object from other’s property Types of trespass © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Trespass Property owner doesn’t have to post signs or put up fence to be entitled to protection against trespassers. Signs and fences © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Trespass But signs and fences: l do make people less inclined to trespass l help judges/juries weigh rights and obligations of landowner and trespasser l can affect whether trespasser subject to criminal prosecution Signs and fences
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4 © Copyright 2007 Rockwel Publishing, Inc. Trespass
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course REAL 10 taught by Professor Murford during the Spring '11 term at Chabot College.

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